My coding is limited to a PASCAL course in high school when Reagan was president and watching over the shoulders of real coders today. Accordingly, I couldn't print("Hello world!") in Swift unless it was laid out for me on a nice silver platter. For those of you who can, however, IBM has rolled out a super cool tool. It's called "IBM Swift Sandbox," and it's a development environment for Apple's newly opensourced Swift programming language that runs right in your browser! That is way cool! Again, I can't program my way out of a wet paper bag, but sample code is provided. Seems like a handy-dandy resource for quickly checking out some code.
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